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Tokyo officials paying for bloggers to come to Japan and show it’s safe
here it begins bug
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here it begins bug
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Amazing to me that anybody would go.

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Japan's diplomatic missions research the scale of nominees' cyber-audience before offering them a one-week trip to Japan, the official said.

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We have been in a heap of trouble since March 17th of 2011, when the plume of radioactive materials began bombarding the west coast of California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. And later Maine, Europe, and everywhere in between. Independent researchers, nuke experts, and scientists, from oceanography to entomology and everywhere in between, having been trying to sound the alarm ever since. Cesium-137 at the Fukushima Daiichi site is 85 times greater than at Chernobyl. The most preliminary reports of soil contamination are starting to come in from the USGS, who has been reluctant to share this information. Los Angeles, California, Portland, Oregon, and Boulder, Colorado, so far have the highest radioactive particle contamination out of the entire US. Every single city tested across the country showed contamination from Fukushima. What is even more alarming about the numbers coming in, is that they are from samples taken April 5th, of last year.

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Experts suggest burying all plutonium underground
A US research team has suggested burying all plutonium stockpiles underground, to avoid the high cost of recycling it as fuel and the risk of it being used by terrorists.

A Princeton University professor and 3 other experts made the suggestion in Thursday's edition of the British science magazine, Nature.

The group says the recycling of plutonium extracted from spent nuclear fuel costs much more than other methods of disposal.
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Study finds possible active fault beneath Mt.Fuji
Japanese seismologists say they have found what appears to be an active fault running at the base of Mount Fuji. The mountain in central Japan is the country's highest.

A research group led by Professor Hiroshi Sato at the University of Tokyo's Earthquake Research Institute says the 30-kilometer-long fault runs along the southeast side of the mountain.
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Citizens' group seeks referendum on restart of nuclear reactors
A citizens' group said Thursday it has collected around 323,000 signatures in favor of a referendum to determine whether nuclear reactors in Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s service area should be restarted.
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Citizens' group seeks referendum on restart of nuclear reactors
A citizens' group said Thursday it has collected around 323,000 signatures in favor of a referendum to determine whether nuclear reactors in Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s service area should be restarted.
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yeah.. citizenperths group.. RESTART THOSE BIG BAD BASTARDS!!! (well we really can't turn them off)...
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The nuclear industry apparently didn't consider this information important enough to maintain. They should be funding every iota of these studies. Instead, we are forced to fund the nukesters.

Therein lies the rub.

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Radiation risks: Raiders of the lost archive

Old collections of irradiated tissues could answer modern-day questions about the dangers of radiation. Now, researchers are making a concerted effort to save the stores.
[link to www.nature.com]

[snip]

The town of Ozersk, deep in Russia's remote southern Urals, hides the relics of a massive secret experiment. From the early 1950s to the end of the cold war, nearly 250,000 animals were systematically irradiated.

Throughout their experiments, the scientists carefully preserved the tissues and meticulously recorded their findings. Similar archives of irradiated tissue were built up in the United States, Europe and Japan, where nearly half a billion animals were sacrificed to the cause. But when the cold war came to an end, the collections fell into disrepair.

Now, these archives have become important to a new generation of radiobiologists, who want to explore the effects of the extremely low doses of radiation — below 100 millisieverts — that people receive during medical procedures such as computed-tomography diagnostic scans, and by living close to the damaged Fukushima nuclear reactors in Japan.

The old collections provide a resource that could not be recreated today. Most of the experiments were done under precise conditions, at a wide range of radiation doses and usually for the lifetime of the animals. “We will never be able to repeat the scale of those animal experiments, for both funding and ethical reasons,” says Gayle Woloschak, a radiation biologist at Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois. “But maybe we can reuse the legacy tissue.”

Meanwhile, another tissue rescue operation was taking place in the United States. In the mid-1990s, Woloschak had worked on samples from 7,000 beagles and 50,000 mice that had been irradiated in experiments at the Argonne Research Laboratory in Illinois between 1969 and 1992. But after she moved to Northwestern, she was dismayed to hear that the samples were being thrown out and secured permission from the Department of Energy to store them at Northwestern.

“When the community found out I had all the Argonne tissues they began to ask if I could save their tissues, too,” Woloschak says. Northwestern University is now the official home for material from all US animal irradiation studies, and Woloschak estimates that she has so far received 20,000 samples. But she has also discovered that many samples have already been destroyed, including those from vast mouse studies done at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee and some large-scale dog studies conducted at the University of California, Davis. Woloschak says that she “felt frustrated and angry that the government had invested so many millions of dollars — and immense human effort — into studies that were just going to be trashed because of concerns about space”. Tissue collections have also been destroyed elsewhere, including from experiments done at Hiroshima University in Japan, the Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development's research centre in Casaccia and the UK Medical Research Council's complex in Harwell.
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The nuclear industry apparently didn't consider this information important enough to maintain. They should be funding every iota of these studies. Instead, we are forced to fund the nukesters.

Therein lies the rub.

~
wb





Radiation risks: Raiders of the lost archive

Old collections of irradiated tissues could answer modern-day questions about the dangers of radiation. Now, researchers are making a concerted effort to save the stores.
[link to www.nature.com]

[snip]

The town of Ozersk, deep in Russia's remote southern Urals, hides the relics of a massive secret experiment. From the early 1950s to the end of the cold war, nearly 250,000 animals were systematically irradiated.

Throughout their experiments, the scientists carefully preserved the tissues and meticulously recorded their findings. Similar archives of irradiated tissue were built up in the United States, Europe and Japan, where nearly half a billion animals were sacrificed to the cause. But when the cold war came to an end, the collections fell into disrepair.

Now, these archives have become important to a new generation of radiobiologists, who want to explore the effects of the extremely low doses of radiation — below 100 millisieverts — that people receive during medical procedures such as computed-tomography diagnostic scans, and by living close to the damaged Fukushima nuclear reactors in Japan.

The old collections provide a resource that could not be recreated today. Most of the experiments were done under precise conditions, at a wide range of radiation doses and usually for the lifetime of the animals. “We will never be able to repeat the scale of those animal experiments, for both funding and ethical reasons,” says Gayle Woloschak, a radiation biologist at Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois. “But maybe we can reuse the legacy tissue.”

Meanwhile, another tissue rescue operation was taking place in the United States. In the mid-1990s, Woloschak had worked on samples from 7,000 beagles and 50,000 mice that had been irradiated in experiments at the Argonne Research Laboratory in Illinois between 1969 and 1992. But after she moved to Northwestern, she was dismayed to hear that the samples were being thrown out and secured permission from the Department of Energy to store them at Northwestern.

“When the community found out I had all the Argonne tissues they began to ask if I could save their tissues, too,” Woloschak says. Northwestern University is now the official home for material from all US animal irradiation studies, and Woloschak estimates that she has so far received 20,000 samples. But she has also discovered that many samples have already been destroyed, including those from vast mouse studies done at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee and some large-scale dog studies conducted at the University of California, Davis. Woloschak says that she “felt frustrated and angry that the government had invested so many millions of dollars — and immense human effort — into studies that were just going to be trashed because of concerns about space”. Tissue collections have also been destroyed elsewhere, including from experiments done at Hiroshima University in Japan, the Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development's research centre in Casaccia and the UK Medical Research Council's complex in Harwell.
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nice.. first i have heard about beagles and puppies... bastards... but then they've done monkeys and soldiers as well....
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Part 2
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Part 3
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Tokyo bay becoming a hot spot
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Strontium 90 spread over 1000km evenly in Pacific ocean
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1.4 μSv/h of alpha ray in Niigata
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Japan Panel Members Criticize NISA over MOX Fuel Decision
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GAO Slams US Nuclear Decommissioning Fund & NRC

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The US Government Accountability Office has slammed the NRC and the reactor decommissioning fund claiming the fund is inadequate as is the NRC oversight.
Citing that the majority of the funds do not have enough money to cover real decommissioning costs, some with only 57% of the needed money in the fund.

--Another snip--
This doesn’t even touch on the spent fuel issue where the NRC’s most current plan is to store the fuel in 20 year rated casks in the plant parking lots for 200 years.
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GAO Slams US Nuclear Decommissioning Fund & NRC

May 9th, 2012 | Add a Comment
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The US Government Accountability Office has slammed the NRC and the reactor decommissioning fund claiming the fund is inadequate as is the NRC oversight.
Citing that the majority of the funds do not have enough money to cover real decommissioning costs, some with only 57% of the needed money in the fund.

--Another snip--
This doesn’t even touch on the spent fuel issue where the NRC’s most current plan is to store the fuel in 20 year rated casks in the plant parking lots for 200 years.
[link to www.simplyinfo.org]
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thanks 5a
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The US Government Accountability Office has slammed the NRC and the reactor decommissioning fund claiming the fund is inadequate as is the NRC oversight.
Citing that the majority of the funds do not have enough money to cover real decommissioning costs, some with only 57% of the needed money in the fund.

--Another snip--
This doesn’t even touch on the spent fuel issue where the NRC’s most current plan is to store the fuel in 20 year rated casks in the plant parking lots for 200 years.
[link to www.simplyinfo.org]
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thanks 5a
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Hi Ar-15! wall
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I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do. ~Edward Everett Hale
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Minamisoma is 122 times more contaminated than mandatory evacuation zone in Belarus
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Gov't forces choice on local bodies: restart nuclear reactors or face power restrictions
[link to mainichi.jp]

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i'd go the power restrictions... candles are quite romantic, so are boardgames, chess, cards, and a cuddle... yup... and maybe check in here and email twice a day.. no problem.. and turn all those fucking fluro lights off in tokyo.. that might help......
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we need the UN to
forcibly take over all of Fukushima Prefecture with troops
(force of arms), just like they would in Libya or any other
"totally out of control country".

the UN Security Council needs to make the resolution,
and they can move Chinese troops in to do the Military Police
work, while the rest of the world marshals all of the
best nuclear and civil engineers and scientists on the planet
to tackle this monster, and get the job done.
and, of course, when the project is completed Japan
will be given the bill for all of the costs, and be
given 100 years to pay it off.
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[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com.au]

the above was my link to an article that points out some salient points about what may be done... very interesting article, and i wasn't sure if could link the direct link.. but at the end of the article, there are some very sensible arguments as to moving forward...
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“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knew the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
- Albert Einstein
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the UN needs to
forcibly takes over all of Fukushima Prefecture with troops
(force of arms), just like they would in Libya or any other
"totally out of control country".

the UN Security Council needs to make the resolution,
and they can move Chinese troops in to do the Military Police
work, while the rest of the world marshals all of the
best nuclear and civil engineers and scientists on the planet
to tackle this monster, and get the job done.
and, of course, when the project is completed Japan
will be given the bill for all of the costs, and be
given 100 years to pay it off.
 Quoting: there ain't no God


and, 1 trillion dollars will be the initial "slush fund"
that the United Nations sets up for this project.
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Gov't forces choice on local bodies: restart nuclear reactors or face power restrictions
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i'd go the power restrictions... candles are quite romantic, so are boardgames, chess, cards, and a cuddle... yup... and maybe check in here and email twice a day.. no problem.. and turn all those fucking fluro lights off in tokyo.. that might help......
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that blubber will keep you warm.
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we need the UN to
forcibly take over all of Fukushima Prefecture with troops
(force of arms), just like they would in Libya or any other
"totally out of control country".

the UN Security Council needs to make the resolution,
and they can move Chinese troops in to do the Military Police
work, while the rest of the world marshals all of the
best nuclear and civil engineers and scientists on the planet
to tackle this monster, and get the job done.
and, of course, when the project is completed Japan
will be given the bill for all of the costs, and be
given 100 years to pay it off.
 Quoting: there ain't no God


In late march 2011, I advocated the invasion of japan, if necessary, to get this shit under control. I'm with you on this.

Time to throw all we have at this.

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i'd go the power restrictions... candles are quite romantic, so are boardgames, chess, cards, and a cuddle... yup... and maybe check in here and email twice a day.. no problem.. and turn all those fucking fluro lights off in tokyo.. that might help......
 Quoting: citizenperth


that blubber will keep you warm.
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ahh is that why you cowardly little fuckers keep killing whales.... "my eyes are slit i cannot see.. i have no specks to be with me"... MAAAHAHAAHHH

rude little degenerate you are.. go play frogger with your little friends... we adults are talking... we left you lollies and chips on the
"little people table"... run along now.... or we put you in the naughty corner...
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on the sauce again are we?
wine
gonna get the torch out later?
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we need the UN to
forcibly take over all of Fukushima Prefecture with troops
(force of arms), just like they would in Libya or any other
"totally out of control country".

the UN Security Council needs to make the resolution,
and they can move Chinese troops in to do the Military Police
work, while the rest of the world marshals all of the
best nuclear and civil engineers and scientists on the planet
to tackle this monster, and get the job done.
and, of course, when the project is completed Japan
will be given the bill for all of the costs, and be
given 100 years to pay it off.
 Quoting: there ain't no God


In late march 2011, I advocated the invasion of japan, if necessary, to get this shit under control. I'm with you on this.

Time to throw all we have at this.

~
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1295673



We will see what's happen in the US,
the Place of the next manifest Nuclear Accident hf

The UN is toooooo slow and i doubt that they are accurate Trained
for a Accident like this one.

Also i think that the best of the Consultants
are already involved in the ongoing Process,
they are not on a Holiday in Daiichi and i think
that they know the problematic very well!

They (Tepco+ Government)
know that a return to a nuclear Japan
is impossible with F'Shima,
only a positive Outcome of this Crisis
will guarantee a more or less loyal Japan!

Also: Japan is Nr. 1 in nuclear Technology,
the best People are here and not somewhere in the African Bushes!

Last Edited by The real and almighty Atom-Boy on 05/11/2012 12:53 PM
G.Y.!B.E.
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we need the UN to
forcibly take over all of Fukushima Prefecture with troops
(force of arms), just like they would in Libya or any other
"totally out of control country".

the UN Security Council needs to make the resolution,
and they can move Chinese troops in to do the Military Police
work, while the rest of the world marshals all of the
best nuclear and civil engineers and scientists on the planet
to tackle this monster, and get the job done.
and, of course, when the project is completed Japan
will be given the bill for all of the costs, and be
given 100 years to pay it off.
 Quoting: there ain't no God


In late march 2011, I advocated the invasion of japan, if necessary, to get this shit under control. I'm with you on this.

Time to throw all we have at this.

~
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1295673



We will see what's happen in the US,
the Place of the next manifest Nuclear Accident hf

The UN is toooooo slow and i doubt that they are accurate Trained
for a Accident like this one.

Also i think that the best of the Consultants
are already involved in the ongoing Process,
they are not on a Holiday in Daiichi and i think
that they know the problematic very well!

They (Tepco+ Government)
know that a return to a nuclear Japan
is impossible with F'Shima,
only a positive Outcome of this Crisis
will guarantee a more or less loyal Japan!

Also: Japan is Nr. 1 in nuclear Technology,
the best People are here and not somewhere in the African Bushes!

 Quoting: the nice Atom-Boy


really?.. oh thank you for that atom-saviour-boy....

the best nuclear minds have done what???.. what???

and if "the best nuke minds are there"? and this is going on?.. i would get the fuck out...

i was getting worried.. i thought after 3 melt-throughs, a lying government and tepco, that i thought that 24/7/365 we may have been irradiated by what i understood was unabated nuclear realeases... can i subscribe to your newsletter?

Last Edited by CitizenPerth on 05/11/2012 12:58 PM
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we need the UN to
forcibly take over all of Fukushima Prefecture with troops
(force of arms), just like they would in Libya or any other
"totally out of control country".

the UN Security Council needs to make the resolution,
and they can move Chinese troops in to do the Military Police
work, while the rest of the world marshals all of the
best nuclear and civil engineers and scientists on the planet
to tackle this monster, and get the job done.
and, of course, when the project is completed Japan
will be given the bill for all of the costs, and be
given 100 years to pay it off.
 Quoting: there ain't no God


In late march 2011, I advocated the invasion of japan, if necessary, to get this shit under control. I'm with you on this.

Time to throw all we have at this.

~
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1295673



We will see what's happen in the US,
the Place of the next manifest Nuclear Accident hf

The UN is toooooo slow and i doubt that they are accurate Trained
for a Accident like this one.

Also i think that the best of the Consultants
are already involved in the ongoing Process,
they are not on a Holiday in Daiichi and i think
that they know the problematic very well!

They (Tepco+ Government)
know that a return to a nuclear Japan
is impossible with F'Shima,
only a positive Outcome of this Crisis
will guarantee a more or less loyal Japan!

Also: Japan is Nr. 1 in nuclear Technology,
the best People are here and not somewhere in the African Bushes!

 Quoting: the nice Atom-Boy


really?.. oh thank you for that atom-saviour-boy....

the best nuclear minds have done what???.. what???

and if "the best nuke minds are there"? and this is going on?.. i would get the fuck out...

i was getting worried.. i thought after 3 melt-throughs, a lying government and tepco, that i thought that 24/7/365 we may have been irradiated by what i understood was unabated nuclear realeases... can i subscribe to your newsletter?
 Quoting: citizenperth


3am in oz on a saturday morning and you have nothing better to do with your life than argue with a stranger on the internet.Know wonder you want a crisis to end it all for you.
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We will see what's happen in the US,
the Place of the next manifest Nuclear Accident hf

The UN is toooooo slow and i doubt that they are accurate Trained
for a Accident like this one.

Also i think that the best of the Consultants
are already involved in the ongoing Process,
they are not on a Holiday in Daiichi and i think
that they know the problematic very well!

They (Tepco+ Government)
know that a return to a nuclear Japan
is impossible with F'Shima,
only a positive Outcome of this Crisis
will guarantee a more or less loyal Japan!

Also: Japan is Nr. 1 in nuclear Technology,
the best People are here and not somewhere in the African Bushes!
 Quoting: the nice Atom-Boy


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In late march 2011, I advocated the invasion of japan, if necessary, to get this shit under control. I'm with you on this.

Time to throw all we have at this.

~
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1295673



We will see what's happen in the US,
the Place of the next manifest Nuclear Accident hf

The UN is toooooo slow and i doubt that they are accurate Trained
for a Accident like this one.

Also i think that the best of the Consultants
are already involved in the ongoing Process,
they are not on a Holiday in Daiichi and i think
that they know the problematic very well!

They (Tepco+ Government)
know that a return to a nuclear Japan
is impossible with F'Shima,
only a positive Outcome of this Crisis
will guarantee a more or less loyal Japan!

Also: Japan is Nr. 1 in nuclear Technology,
the best People are here and not somewhere in the African Bushes!

 Quoting: the nice Atom-Boy


really?.. oh thank you for that atom-saviour-boy....

the best nuclear minds have done what???.. what???

and if "the best nuke minds are there"? and this is going on?.. i would get the fuck out...

i was getting worried.. i thought after 3 melt-throughs, a lying government and tepco, that i thought that 24/7/365 we may have been irradiated by what i understood was unabated nuclear realeases... can i subscribe to your newsletter?
 Quoting: citizenperth


3am in oz on a saturday morning and you have nothing better to do with your life than argue with a stranger on the internet.Know wonder you want a crisis to end it all for you.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15879618


i'll be a grammar tard, because your point should have been more poetic... "then" "no", and i believe you are the same time in japan dickwad... what the fuck are you doing up??... GRIN..... no hentai poo-poo, up-skirt, school girl, shitaki seafood and karaoki for you tonight?... aww. sad..... i suggest go play in a sandpit in fukushima primary, where you can prove it is safe for growing children... nice you demonic little fuckers....


and to sum, yer all in cahoots, and fuku-boy is by no means a stranger...

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